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F-104/TF-104 Seats

MB GQ7 Ejection Seats
(with belts or without belts)

       

and Lockheed C-2 Ejection Seats
(with belts or without belts)

       

Cutting Edge

 

S u m m a r y

Catalogue Number : CEC48254 - Lockheed C-2 Ejection Seats with Belts for Hasegawa 
CEC48255 - Lockheed C-2 Ejection Seats without Belts for Hasegawa 
CEC48256 - Martin Baker GQ7 Ejection Seats with Belts for Hasegawa 
CEC48257 - Martin Baker GQ7 Ejection Seats without Belts for Hasegawa 
Scale: 1/48
Price: US$6.99 per two-seat set
Contents and Media: Lockheed Seats - Two Seats per set
MB Seats - Two Seats plus four resin detail parts per set
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Beautiful detail; accurate; nice choice of belts or no belts; inexpensive
Disadvantages:  
Recommendation: Highly Recommended

 

Reviewed by Brett Green


HyperScale is proudly sponsored by Meteor Productions

 

FirstLook

 

These seats are the ideal accessory for the modeller who is happy with the basic cockpit detail of Hasegawa's 1/48 scale Starfighters, but wants a finishing touch with minimal extra effort and expense. 

The seat is the jewel in the crown of most models, and the bang-seat in the F-104 is very prominent thanks the the big frameless main canopy.

Cutting Edge have covered all options with these four seats. Modellers who like harnesses are catered for, as are those who prefer to make their own. The availability of C-2 or GQ7 seats will permit use in the full range of US and foreign F/TF-104 Starfighters. Two seats are supplied in each set. 

Detail and casting are superb. The photographs of my review samples really tell the story.

These are an ideal finishing touch for anyone building one of Hasegawa's new Starfighters

Thanks to Meteor Productions for the review sample


Cutting Edge Modelworks Resin accessories are available at Meteor Productions Website


Review and Image Copyright 2000 by Brett Green
Page Created 15 January, 2001
Last updated 22 July, 2003

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